Blackhawks: Patrick Kane voted greatest player of 2010s by readers

A few weeks ago, we started a poll on Twitter to see who you guys believed was the best Chicago Blackhawks’ player of the 2010s. Patrick Kane won by a mile.

As many people have seen, especially the ones who voted, Patrick Kane was voted by our readers the best Chicago Blackhawks‘ player of the 2010s. Now, he’s in the argument for the best player throughout the 2010s, but that’s not an argument I’m here to make.

Kane led the entire league in points during this past decade. The Blackhawks won three Stanley Cups with Kane and the runner-up, the captain, Jonathan Toews.

After an amazing decade, it’s cool to see the players get the recognization they deserve. I was surprised by the amount of love the fans have for Marian Hossa. I knew he made an impact on everyone, but getting to the final four, without being close to losing was crazy.

Duncan Keith did well too. He earned being up there, with Chicago leaning on his defensive play during all three Stanley Cup runs. There’s a lot of credit to go around to everyone.

To keep this March Madness spirit going, we will have another tournament starting soon. We’re choosing some of the greatest Blackhawks’ players of all time to decide who the fans believe was the greatest ever.

Maybe Kane will win, maybe he won’t. The seeding/matchups will be completely random, so we could get a Kane/Toews matchup round one.

Make sure to check back on our Twitter page here to vote when this starts.